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Dr. Lisa Su has guided AMD in three short years from being the scrappy underdog to finally overtaking Intel’s best in nearly every category. Where do we go from here?

 

 

 

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A little late to the party but anyway...about damn time AMD brings the heat to Intel's dominance and force them to either change or succumb to it.  

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if intel sits in the back for too long they'll pull out another illegal scheme

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Intel stuck at 14nm. It's almost 2021. LMAO

 

Need to reach 5GHz, high usage and high temp just to get a little bit of FPS. YIKES.

 

I was an Intel fanboy until I upgraded to the 3950X recently. Intel's a d*mn ripoff. I feel bad recommending it to people beforehand. Biggest jebaits ever.

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We love competition because it keeps performance high and costs low.

 

That isnt happening, prices are going UP. Not good.

 

Still, looking forward to the performance results on review day.

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22 minutes ago, EridanusSV said:

Intel stuck at 14nm. It's almost 2021. LMAO

You do realize the 14nm process for Intel is different across different fabs (semiconductor fabrication plant). Processing nodes are different across pretty much all fabs and as a result, they are not equal. 

https://www.techpowerup.com/272489/intel-14-nm-node-compared-to-tsmcs-7-nm-node-using-scanning-electron-microscope

 

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AMD marketshare on desktop for the steam hardware survey is likely even higher than 25% considering the amount of laptops that are on there that are exclusively intel. I mean 768p is pretty much a laptop only res and makes up 9% of the survey. at least 7 of those would be intel.

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17 minutes ago, CommanderAlex said:

You do realize the 14nm process for Intel is different across different fabs (semiconductor fabrication plant). Processing nodes are different across pretty much all fabs and as a result, they are not equal. 

https://www.techpowerup.com/272489/intel-14-nm-node-compared-to-tsmcs-7-nm-node-using-scanning-electron-microscope

 

Intel 14nm = intel 14nm though. 

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1 hour ago, GabenJr said:

Dr. Lisa Su has guided AMD in three short years from being the scrappy underdog to finally overtaking Intel’s best in nearly every category. Where do we go from here?

We go to Walmart or Microcenter to buy a $300-$310 i7 10700. 2 extra cores for ten extra dollars. AMD can just charge a bit more for a few more frames until Intel gets back in it. I'm more than happy to buy CPUs from either if they start a price war.

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Intel lost the game

You lost the game

 

damn that brings me back to middle school...simpler times, yet, less powerful and no rgb...

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I just lost the game....

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Currently have an Intel i7 7700K

and looking to upgrade to either the Ryzen 5 or 7

with a $150, is it worth getting the 7

can 5 handle things video editing, streaming gameplay capture, etc 

or is it best to get the the 7

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Does anyone else cringe when in those vids Linus speaks directly to Intel/Jensen?

 

I am actually underwhelmed, the technological improvements may or may not make a difference, but the cost is painfully increased. Even if it is as fast as they claim I'm going to be unhappy to have to spend more.

 

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is it worth getting the 7

I am aiming at 8/16 cpu because I bet on newer games using that many threads, but the 6/12 is much better value for now

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desktop is only one small part of Intel's interest. They have a virtual solid lock on big iron/server-side, where the real money is.

AMD's market penetration is much smaller on that scope.

So rise up, all ye lost ones, as one, we'll claw the clouds

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Did you not learn to not make sweeping predictions based on a company's cherry-picked benchmarks for makerting slides from the recent Ampere launch, Linus?

This is just dumb hype. I hope you're at least getting paid for it.

 

Edit: (notice referral links in the description), Oh I see that you ARE getting paid. Good for you.

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Meanwhile girls continue to look to Kim Kardashian as role model and continue to believe that selling nudes online makes them entrepreneurs.

I hope Lisa gets the recognition she deserves.

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2 hours ago, Gamer Schnitzel said:

Meanwhile girls continue to look to Kim Kardashian as role model and continue to believe that selling nudes online makes them entrepreneurs.

I hope Lisa gets the recognition she deserves.

So try, shame Linus didn't mention that!

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I personally was thinking about it at the time I was deciding on this rig...but I really don't see any performance gains over what I currently have and I am happy with what I am getting from my rig. 

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Just saw some UK prices for the Ryzen 5 and 7 and the cheapest so far are

Ryzen 5 5600x (6/12) - £290

Ryzen 7 5800x (8/16) - £430

Ryzen 9 5900x (12/24) - £530

 

While Intel are priced at

Intel Core i5-10600K (6/12) - £250

Intel Core i7-10700K (8/16) - £360

Intel Core i9-10700K (10/20) - £625

 

So given the price difference, if I'm aiming for 8/16, I might seriously consider sticking with intel i7 as the price is too big a difference to ignore.

Now, might the price change come November, maybe, so, I'm to give AMD a chance and wait, before making any final decisions on which one.

 

Because if I'm honest, I really don't see that much of a performance difference between the two. but as I said, I'll wait until the official release and after some independent testing has been done.

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Guys, I am the only one who noticed in the graph of memory scaling, that DDR-4 2133 is faster than 3200MHz when FCLK is run on 1900? How is this actually possible? 2133 vs. 3200 is HUGE difference in memory bandwidth, I just don't see how higher infinity fabric can make up for that. Does in mean the infinity fabric on default speed is huge bottleneck?

 

 

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On 10/9/2020 at 3:07 PM, Radium_Angel said:

desktop is only one small part of Intel's interest. They have a virtual solid lock on big iron/server-side, where the real money is.

AMD's market penetration is much smaller on that scope.

Last I checked the big boys like Amazon and Google that provide cloud services and what not are slowly switching over to Epyc though

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On 10/9/2020 at 1:53 PM, Loote said:

Does anyone else cringe when in those vids Linus speaks directly to Intel/Jensen?

 

I am actually underwhelmed, the technological improvements may or may not make a difference, but the cost is painfully increased. Even if it is as fast as they claim I'm going to be unhappy to have to spend more.

Great performance but a big let down on pricing.

20% higher performance for 50% higher price (for the new 6 core vs the old 6 core)? No thanks.

 

It must be tough to compete with yourself, but I wish AMD had at least matched their previous price to performance ratio. Right now you can get a 12 core Zen2 CPU for less than the 8 core Zen3 CPU. That's not a good value proposition from AMD.

But I guess that now that AMD are ahead in pretty much all performance categories it's time for them to dump the "we're a value brand" are instead take Intel's old position as the "we're a premium brand and you will pay premium prices for our products".

 

 

On 10/10/2020 at 6:45 AM, mjaafar said:

Just saw some UK prices for the Ryzen 5 and 7 and the cheapest so far are

Ryzen 5 5600x (6/12) - £290

Ryzen 7 5800x (8/16) - £430

Ryzen 9 5900x (12/24) - £530

 

While Intel are priced at

Intel Core i5-10600K (6/12) - £250

Intel Core i7-10700K (8/16) - £360

Intel Core i9-10700K (10/20) - £625

 

So given the price difference, if I'm aiming for 8/16, I might seriously consider sticking with intel i7 as the price is too big a difference to ignore.

Now, might the price change come November, maybe, so, I'm to give AMD a chance and wait, before making any final decisions on which one.

 

Because if I'm honest, I really don't see that much of a performance difference between the two. but as I said, I'll wait until the official release and after some independent testing has been done.

It's always best to wait for third party reviews.

But like I said earlier, the Ryzen 5000 series is pretty bad in terms of price to performance.

If you are aiming for a 6 core 12 thread CPU then I would probably recommend the Ryzen 5 3600. It's 190 pounds so it's significantly cheaper than the i5-10600K, but performs very similarly.

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1 hour ago, AndreiArgeanu said:

slowly switching over to Epyc

Indeed, which is why I said 

 

On 10/9/2020 at 10:07 AM, Radium_Angel said:

virtual solid lock

 

On 10/9/2020 at 10:07 AM, Radium_Angel said:

AMD's market penetration is much smaller

I never said it was zero.

Change, in this kind of market, comes slowly. Nokia, Blackberry, Nortel, didn't die overnight.

So rise up, all ye lost ones, as one, we'll claw the clouds

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On 10/9/2020 at 9:07 AM, Radium_Angel said:

desktop is only one small part of Intel's interest. They have a virtual solid lock on big iron/server-side, where the real money is.

AMD's market penetration is much smaller on that scope.

idk that market is arguable the one amd had an advantage in much sooner with their more cores, higher ipc, and better power efficiency. its just they are cautious about new products but amd pretty much proven themselves at this point. 

 

https://www.extremetech.com/computing/307004-amd-hpe-el-capitan-2-exaflop-supercomputer-epyc-radeon-instinct

https://cloud.google.com/blog/products/compute/amd-epyc-processors-come-to-google-and-to-google-cloud

https://aws.amazon.com/ec2/amd/

https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/announcing-new-amd-epyc-based-azure-virtual-machines/

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